Engineering and Construction

Materials

Materials Manuals

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Complete Manual
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Superseded Items
ADOT Materials Testing Manual
ADOT Materials Testing Manual
ADOT Materials Policy and Procedure Directives Manual
PPD
ADOT Preliminary Engineering and Design Manual
PED

The contents of each of the current manuals can be accessed by either selecting "Complete Manual" or by selecting the desired item under the column labeled "Section/Series."

When there are revisions to any one of these manuals, a Change Letter will be posted under "Revisions (Change Letters)" in the "Superseded Items" column. Each Change Letter is identified with a number and date and lists the revisions that have been made.

Two options are provided for accessing the information associated with each Change Letter. One option is to access only the Change Letter cover sheet, which lists the revisions that have been made. The other option is to access both the Change Letter cover sheet and the attachments included in the Change Letter. The second option is only applicable for Change Letter No. 23 and later for the ADOT Materials Testing Manual. The second option is only applicable for Change Letter No.11 and later for the ADOT Materials Policy and Procedure Directives Manual. The second option is not currently available for the ADOT Materials Preliminary Engineering and Design Manual.

As the contents of each of the manuals are revised, the superseded items will be available under the column labeled "Superseded Items."

Hard copies of the ADOT Materials Testing Manual, the ADOT Materials Policy and Procedure Directives Manual, and the ADOT Materials Preliminary Engineering and Design Manual, or hard copy revisions to these manuals, will no longer be available.

Individuals wishing to be notified of revisions to any of the Materials Manuals listed above must subscribe to receive email updates.

Last updated Dec. 4, 2014


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